Landscape Design for Architectural Style: United States original styles

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Schiffer Pub., 2009 - Architecture - 240 pages
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This thorough guide, the second of two volumes, displays and discusses American original architecture, including Pueblo, Spanish Revival, Ranch, Cabin, Craftsman, Prairie, Cape Cod, and the Mediterranean influence. Over 320 beautiful, color photos and 96 line drawings illustrate possibilities and display the implemented landscapes. For each architectural style, descriptions of colors, materials, and unique features are given. Site elements include the paving, walls, fences, trellises, shade covers, water features, fire features, seating, and garden art. This book is a must wherever landscape design is discussed, imagined, and implemented.

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Scott Bradstreet is a licensed landscape architect with 18 years of experience in private and public sectors. He lives in Mission Viejo, California.

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